Collaborative Camp at Flood Brook School
The Collaborative runs a licensed summer camp program called Collaborative Camp. Collaborative Camp is a 5 STARS Vermont licensed and accredited summer camp program, which ensures that we have high standards for safety, staff training and curriculum. We are accredited through 2024. Our program is based at Flood Brook School's campus and provides safe and reliable care in a fun and enriching environment that emphasizes social, academic and emotional growth.
Collaborative Camp offers summer camp sessions annually. Camp sessions typically run from the first week in July for five weeks each summer. Tuition rates and registration details for Collaborative Camp and financial assistance options can be found in the Collaborative Camp Portal below.
We encourage all families to apply for financial assistance.
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Collaborative Camp Program Portal
Collaborative Camp has its own virtual program portal containing information specific to summer camp. In the camp portal, you will find the registration form and fee details, attendance procedures, scholarship and financial assistance options, tuition rates and invoice payment details, as well as contact information for Collaborative Camp staff.
We encourage all families to explore the camp portal, especially the Financial Info page regarding financial assistance and how to apply. The Collaborative Camp Program Portal will always be accessible through this Collaborative Camp page on our website.
Collaborative Camp Registration
Register today to join the waitlist for Collaborative Camp! Our roster is currently full, however we encourage families and campers to join our waitlist to take advantage of openings. We appreciate your interest and look forward to the possibility of having you join us in the future.
Use the button below to access our online Collaborative Camp registration form and complete it to join the waitlist. There is a $35 per child non-refundable registration fee and registration fees must be paid before your child(ren) attend Collaborative Camp for the first time.
Registration Fee & Tuition Invoice Payment
Remember! Registration fee payments must be made before your child(ren) attend Collaborative Camp for the first time. Registration fees can be paid on the Registration page of the Collaborative Camp Program Portal.
Tuition rates for Collaborative Camp can be found in the Collaborative Camp Program Portal. Tuition invoices can be paid from the Tuition Billing page in the Collaborative Camp Program Portal. Tuition invoices can also be paid from the Payments page on our website. Payment options include Venmo, pay by credit/debit card, check, or pay on site.
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Meet Our Collaborative Camp Leadership Team
Extended Day Program & Collaborative Camp Director
Devon first started at The Collaborative in 2019 while serving as an AmeriCorps State member. Shortly after starting, the COVID pandemic struck everywhere and she started writing letters to all of the Afterschool kids that were enrolled in our Extended Day Program. Devon has always enjoyed working with kids to help them find and realize their voices, come out of their shells, and standing up for something that they believe in. She believes that no youth should be left behind or fall through the cracks. Devon is now the Extended Day Program and Summer Camp Director. Every year, she looks forward to challenging adventures that her work at The Collaborative will bring her and the youth she serves.
Born and raised in New Hampshire’s Lake Sunapee region, Jacob has always felt a passion for finding joy in unexpected places. He studied Chemistry and Theatre at Middlebury College; there he also met the woman who would become his wife, a lifelong Manchester, VT native. Jacob hopes that his platform at The Collaborative will allow the youth of this community to flourish in their own self-expression, finding purpose, joy, and fulfillment in the everyday regardless of their circumstances. Alongside his wife Brittany and their son Wilder, Jacob enjoys reading, spending time in nature, studying languages, and playing board games and video games with family and friends.
Natalie has been working as the Programs Coordinator at The Collaborative since 2019. Natalie earned her BA in Political Science with a minor in Music and Women’s and Gender Studies from Kenyon College in 2003. She then went on to earn her Masters in Music and Music Education from Teachers College at Columbia University in 2010. A passionate educator, Natalie has lived and taught in Ohio, England, California, Belize, New York City and Vermont. Natalie loves to sing, act, and dance and is an active member of the Dorset Players. She loves to be a part of this amazing community and serves on the board of the Community Food Cupboard and is also a coach with Equinox Lacrosse. Her favorite thing to do, however, is spend time with her two daughters, Bryce and BK, who remind her that there is so much magic in the world.